In the sixth article I finished the Input Transform and started on the Publisher channel getting through the Event Transformation. In this article I will work through the rest of the Publisher channel.
Note: This solution has been developed as a proof of concept in a lab, but hasn’t been battle-tested yet in a production environment. When writing an IDM Driver, it’s easy to have dependencies which conflict with another driver’s dependencies. For example, let’s say your driver depends on commons-lang-2.6.jar, but other drivers are present which…
In the fifth article I almost finished the Input Transform. In this article I will finish the Input Transform and start on the Publisher channel.
In the fourth article I finished the Output Transform, and started in on the first policy in the Input Transform. In this article I will continue through the Input Transform.
In the third article I finished the Command Transform and started into the Output Transform. In this article I will continue through the Output Transform.
I had noticed the Oracle EBS drivers get added to Designer a few patches ago, but never really had much of a chance to look at them. As I have been doing in my driver walkthrough series, I decided…
In the first article I made it through the configuration, GCVs, and started working through the Subscriber channel. In this article I will finish the Matching policy in the Subscriber channel and onwards.
I had noticed the Oracle EBS drivers added to Designer a few patches ago, but never really had much of a chance to look at them. As I have been doing in my driver walkthrough series, I decided to do the Oracle eBusiness HR driver next.
When working with the default policies for the Active Directory driver, one quickly notices that this driver calls out to several Java functions. This is true with both the package based version or the pre-configured XML driver export used up until the release of NetIQ Identity Manager 4 Overall, the Active Directory driver is one…
Here are some notes I took during my attempt to install the Permission Collection and Reconciliation Service (PCRS) on a new AD driver at a client.